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Fly 200-Feet Above Water on Midwest’s Largest Zip Line Canopy Tour

The Hands-free Guided Tour Includes 9 Zip Lines and 9 Sky Bridges

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Ozone Zipline Adventures, the Midwest’s largest zip line canopy tour

Ozone Zipline Adventures, the Midwest’s largest zip line canopy tour

Ozone Zipline Adventures
You can soar through the trees on a series of zip lines and walk across sky bridges on the Midwest's largest zip line canopy tour. With the March 31, 2012 opening of two new zip lines, you'll be able to zip from YMCA Camp Kern (Ozone), soar 200 feet above the federally designated "scenic" Little Miami River and end up by the Fort Ancient state memorial. Zipping over the water the view encompasses a 360-degree view of the river, and if you twirl around even the valley and the Jeremiah Morrow Bridge, Ohio's tallest bridge.

Ozone's Newest Zip Lines

The two new zip lines take you over the river and back again. One starts at the top of Ozone Tower, a multilevel platform that is 45 feet above the ground, and more than 200 feet above the west bank of the Little Miami River. After a 50-second ride across the 1,300-foot-long zip line, you'll land on a platform on the Fort Ancient side of the river. From this platform, you can connect to the second 1,100-foot-long zip line and zip back across the river to Camp Kern.

Details to Ride Ozone's Zip Lines

The "Traditional Tour" includes seven zip lines and seven sky bridges, lasts approximately three hours and costs $75 per person. The new "River Tour" includes nine zip lines, and nine sky bridges, lasts approximately four hours and costs $95 per person. The new "Ultimate Tour" includes 11 zip lines, nine sky bridges, and bag lunch; this tour lasts approximately five hours and costs $120 per person.

The season-long schedule of Full Moon Night Zipping includes five zip lines, six sky bridges and lasts approximately one-and-a-half hours. It costs $60 per person. The 2012 dates for Full Moon Night Zipping are April 6 and 7, May 4 and 5, June 1 and 2, July 6 and 7, August 3 and 4, August 31 and September 1, September 28 and 29, October 26 and 27, November 30 and December 1.

Camp Kern is located between Cincinnati and Columbus on I-71. The zipline canopy tour is open seven days a week March 31st through December (weather permitting). For more information and reservations visit Ozone Zips, or call (513) 932-3756.

Find Zip Line Adventures Around the World

Zip lines adventures keep growing in popularity. Once you had to travel to Costa Rica, Thailand, South Arica or other exotic countries to go on a zipline, but today there are zip lines around the globe. Click on Top Zipline Adventures to see if there is one near you, or one in the locale you're planning to explore on your next trip.

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